UCLA student president leaves due to ‘hostile & unsafe environment’ made by BDS


Chatterjee writes the University Chancellor that he has been attacked, harassed, bullied and discriminated against by pro-Palestinian groups because he “refused to support anti-Semitic, anti-Israel activity” while the administration watched and even assisted on certain instances.



Milan Chatterjee, former UCLA student president and recipient of the American Jewish Committee’s inaugural Campus Courage Award, informed UCLA on Aug. 24 that he would be leaving the university due to a “hostile and unsafe campus climate” created by pro-BDS organizations.

UCLA campus – Photo: REUTERS


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  1. Phillip Pasmanick says:

    UCLA Chancellor Gene Block’s email is written on the letter.

    I think a POLITE and ‘on point’ email should be sent explaining the immoral behavior of allowing an anti-Semitic climate to fester, forcing a NON-JEW who remained honorable & nonconfrontational to leave for his personal safety.

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